College adjustment and its relationship to self-efficacy of 1st year undergraduate students of DLSMHSI

Date of Completion


Document Type

Research Project

Degree Name

Grade 12


College adjustment; Self-efficacy; Undergraduate students


The present study aims to investigate whether there is any significant relationship between the level of self-efficacy and college adjustment of first year undergraduate students in DLSMHSI in S.Y. 2022-2023. School adjustment is the process of adapting to the role of being a student, as well

as to various aspects of the school environment and personal factors. Self- efficacy is also observed when the students’ efficiency gets affected by

other extrinsic and intrinsic factors. Descriptive-correlational survey questionnaire was employed to all the first-year undergraduate students regardless of their demographics. 64 respondents were able to answer the

said survey. The results were as follows - 33.1% of the variation of the self- efficacy of the students was explained from the level of college of adjustment using the statistical tools, which means that there are still 66.9% other variables that were not covered in this research. It was found out that there are mitigating factors that affects the said areas. Due to the lack of respondents, a high variance in the results was observed and there were not enough to cover all the data needed.

First Advisor

Gabriel Ian G. Guiao

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